All Case Studies Design Development Interviews Machine Learning Project Management

Strategies for Startups Inspired by Game Theory

In 1944 John von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern published Theory of Games and Economic Behaviour which was a breakthrough in the area of Mathematics and Economics. It fostered thinking about games in a more rational way and gave us a powerful framework in which to do so. Having read it, I would like to share some of my thoughts and perhaps show you how you can apply these concepts to startups or, indeed, to everyday life. The techniques at the heart of this theory, or maths in general, can give us some basic intuitions for thinking about startup strategies since Game Theory investigates how to behave when there is a conflict of interest.
Read more
The  Fintech sector attracts billions of dollars in VC investment. Each week, new startups take over markets that used to be controlled by banks and insurance companies. What will come out of the revolution? Who will win? How will it shape the future of financial services? Read our take on  Fintech vs. Banks.
Read more
Undoubtedly, London is one of the most important startup ecosystems in the world and it’s growing fast. More and more young companies decide to move to London whose market is also very diversified. If you are still unsure which are the hottest London meetups, incubators and communities, want to learn about how to face the challenge of talent drain or simply seek for some inspiration, London Startup Guide by Netguru is for you. Download now!
Read more
Every time I go to Poland, I am awestruck by the level of drive and hard work of Polish people. And when I ask them about this, they respond using a phrase that is so recurring that I realise that it has been handed down by their politicians, parents, teachers and probably priests as well to encourage them to build the modern Poland: "We don't have inherited capital, so we have to build our future by hard work."
Read more
In one of my previous posts I was trying to answer the question why London might be the best place for a startup in the world. In another, I suggested that London is the number one place for Fintech startups in the world. The most recent statistics seem to prove it.
Read more
London and New York have been fighting for the title of the global financial centre for years. Both have strong claims. The rivalry between the two is one of the most favourite topics in financial media.
Read more
It’s spawned startups worth billions, constantly attracts multi-million pound investments, and is home to some of the most respected and influential startup gurus the world has to offer. Yes, I’m talking (once again) about London.
Read more
The London startup scene is the biggest in Europe and it's growing faster than any ecosystem in the US. It's the most diversified startup ecosystem in the world. It has an exceptional market reach and you can meet the most affluent clients and investors there. Finally, London-based startups know how to make use of the best talent pools on the planet.
Read more
With a wide range of tech hubs and startup incubators, the conditions for growing a business in London are more than favourable. Being close to influencers and conferences is obviously a great advantage. On the other hand, however, the cost of running a business in London is much higher than in any other European city. One possible solution to this problem is to hire a remote development team, but many companies are afraid of doing so because they think that they will have more control over an in-house team. There are 5 reasons why they might want to change their mind.
Read more
If you’re gonna make it as a startup, then you’re gonna make it in London. In case you didn’t catch it, my last blog here – ‘Top 10 Most Successful Startups In London 2016’ – pays testimony to that. From FinTech ventures like Funding Circle and TransferWise, to property gurus RightMove and Zoopla, to fashion retailers ASOS and Farfetch, London is home to some of the most prosperous tech startups in the world.
Read more
Need a successful project?
Estimate project or contact us
Blog About Startups, Web Development and Mobile Development | Startups